b'GSCA clinicians are receiving training to provide clinician treatments in areas where significant gaps in service exist. For example, Abby is currently in the process of becoming fully trained to provide Problematic Sexual Behavior Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (PSB-CBT) to youth ages 7-12 and their non-offending caregiver(s), allowing CACs to offer evidence-based treatment to this underserved population.GSCA clinicians are becoming leaders in their field. For example, Andrew completed the National Childrens Alliance sponsored Train the Trainer program through Baylor University and now provides training on utilizing evidence-based assessment to other CAC and community-based clinicians nationwide. Furthermore, at this years Attorney Generals Conference on Creating Futures without Violence, the GSCA Behavioral Health Program provided education on the integral role that mental health clinicians can play in the multi disciplinary team. The GSCA Behavioral Health Program continues to grow through the support of various funding sources. Recently Abby and Andrew were promoted to clinical management roles, with Abby focusing on Community Operation and Relations and Andrew on Program Development and Research. With these promotions, Abby and Andrew will maintain a small caseload, and GSCA is currently selecting new clinical providers for all three counties.As the Behavioral Health Program continues to grow, GSCA is currently developing a clinical internship program that will provide clinicians entering the field an opportunity to experience this unique niche of behavioral health care. GSCA continues to create a solid foundation of clinical services to meet the complex needs of children and families seen at Child Advocacy Centers. 7'